Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Stories you need to know to start your day

Posted By on Tue, Nov 24, 2015 at 9:20 AM


  • The United States issues a global travel alert
This caution comes after the Paris attacks and amid concerns that others will follow.
  • The first snow of the season came today and still thousands without power
About 30,000 people are still bracing the cold, down from about 180,000 after the record-setting wind storm last week.
  • The Spokane City Council sets aside $250,000 for legal fees
The money set aside will be used to defend the city in a $6.5 million wrongful death claim in which a man died from chocking on his own vomit while being booked in Spokane County Jail, according to KHQ.
  • Five protesters shot in Minneapolis
The Black Lives Matter protesters have been outside the Minneapolis Police Department's 4th Precinct since the police-involved shooting on Nov. 15 when an African American man was killed. Police are searching for three white men who fled the scene.

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